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There is only one surveillance system, known to me, that exhibits sufficient and continuous coverage to have even a slight opportunity of betraying the presence of anomalistic phenomena operating above the Earth's atmosphere. This system is partially classified and, hence, I cannot go into great detail at an unclassified meeting .... Since this particular sensor system has been in operation, there have been a number of anomalistic alarms. Alarms that, of this date, have not been explained.
Would be very welcome. I'm also fairly interested in the early warning military radar networks. This would tie in fairly nicely with Palladium (as mentioned by Kandinsky). Personally I still find it somewhat curious that the CIA allegedly wanted to setup a pro-UFO full-scale scientific investigation of UFO's that was permanent and ongoing at MIT, but that the AF killed the plan and got so pissed off that the CIA was trying to take over UFO intelligence that the AF setup the Robertson Panel as a dirty trick to blow up in CIA's faces and get them off the AF's back. There's a lot to work with there.
Originally posted by type0civ
Sir, how about the O'hare 2006 sighting? Have you researched it or have you and the others doing the mass downloads come across anything on it?
Originally posted by derpif
I'll vote for UFO disclosure by the CIA.
Originally posted by IsaacKoi
...but I'm a bit concerned that most of the people that support that option may have an unrealistic expectation of the depth I can explore some of the issues...
Originally posted by idealord
Looking at the CIA site. It's only 242 records and there isn't much data associated with the PDF. Do you just want them all downloaded and that one sentence associated with the PDF through a spreadsheet?
That seems very doable...
Originally posted by idealord
Do you not trust that the PDF's and GIF's are the same?
Why not just download all the PDF's?
Originally posted by Kandinsky
reply to post by Xtraeme
It's interesting to read some of the histories of USAF, OSI, CIA that *don't* relate to ufology. There's an assumption by so many that they're all conspiring together in some 'Great Unified Cover-up.' The truth is that they are rivals and seem to enjoy getting one over on each other. I guess when you're in the business of knowledge and secrets, it's bad practice to let your rivals know what you know or what you can do.
Speaking of the Robertson panel, did you recently mention having Adobe-pro at work? I was looking at the famous Chadwell Letter (CIA FOIA) and wondering if it could be cleaned up into a readable, searchable document? He was quite a player and there's very little about him; Rockefeller employee, OSI agent and apparently took the existence of UFOs and flying saucers for granted.